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  • Don't be afraid to be intimate with your gnawing aloneness - it is in deep intimacy with aloneness that the heart is broken open and the impossibility of being alone is realised.
    Jeannie McGillivray
  • "Living from neutral, allows us to navigate life from a peaceful place, no longer creating drama out of duality" Lyn Whiteman
    Lyn Whiteman
  • “When we realize that who we are is formless awareness we begin to lose the fear of death. When this formless awareness realizes it is also form we begin to lose the fear of life.” ~ Loch Kelly
    Loch Kelly
  • This I-amness is the first concept, it itself is part of the illusion.
    John Grenafege
  • The invitation here in Satya Satsang is: Recognise first your True Nature. This recognition is always Immediate, never mediated. Realisation never occurs via 'means' , knows no 'becoming' , 'expansion' , 'growth' or 'transforming'. Allow your attention, then, to be determined by what you've recognized.
    Randolph
  • . Awareness is something that is absolute, without degrees. It is not a relative concept. My experience is that sometimes it seems as if I am in a deeper state of awareness at one time or another, for example when I am by myself, and there is just this absolute vastness, absolutely no separation, because I don’t have to exteriorize myself in order to relate to another. But this is only from the relative viewpoint of the body-mind.
    Enza Vita
  • In evolutionary spirituality, we strive to awaken never for ourselves alone, but so that the world around us can become enlightened as a direct result of our own efforts.
    Andrew Cohen
  • Transcendence is not a temporary, quiet or blissful place you go to. It is the functional, liberating clarity about the nature of Self and reality.
    Michael Damian
  • Who you are is prior to thoughts hold the attention on that which never moves and remain as such
    Alon Halel Geva
  • Trying to allow this moment is like trying to allow a seedling to grow into an oak tree. Trying to fall in love is like trying to make your heart beat backwards.
    Jeff Foster
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